Visual Art Instructional Frameworks
The Visual Art Example Instructional Frameworks provide one way that teachers, schools, and districts might organize and teach the Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE) within units. Units, lessons, videos, and instructional resources align to the GSE for Visual Art.
Georgia Standards of Excellence for Visual Art
Georgia Standards of Excellence in Visual Art
Visual Art Crosswalk from GPS to GSE
K-12 Crosswalk for Visual Art
Individual Grade Level Resources
Types of Instructional Frameworks
The following Instructional Frameworks for each subject area are linked below and found on the Fine Art Program page.
• Curriculum Map - sample organization structure for each course
• Sample Units - sample essential questions, instructional activities, and projects for units in the curriculum map.
• Lesson Plans – sample projects, assessments, essential questions, and instructional activities including a classroom ready power point.
• Tutorial Videos – created to provide the teacher with specific technical skills and best practices in an art form. Examples include casting, graphite reduction drawing, and creating a path in Illustrator. Also includes instruction on how to set up an age appropriate art room, run a kiln, and organize displays or schoolwide art show.
• Grade Kindergarten
• Grade 1
• Grade 2
• Grade 3
• Grade 4
• Grade 5
• Grade 6
• Grade 7
• Grade 8
• Visual Art Comprehensive I
• Ceramics I
• Drawing and Painting I
• Graphics I
• Jewelry I
• Photography I
• Printmaking I
• Art History I
• Sculpture I